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4 Troubling Truths About Black Boys and The US Educational System

2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00

“Most people like to think that American K-12 schools, workplaces and courthouses are pillars of fairness, but statistic after statistic all point to a crisis among the young, Black men of the nation.  This crisis begins in homes, stretches to K-12 educational experiences, and leads straight to the cycle of incarceration in increasingly high numbers. [...]

4 Troubling Truths About Black Boys and The US Educational System 2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00

November 2015

4 ways you might be displaying hidden bias in everyday life

2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00

By Emanuella Grinberg, CNN (CNN) It’s no secret that unconscious biases penetrate various realms of society, from hiring decisions to medical care and even foul calls in the NBA. But what about implicit bias our everyday lives? Does it play a role in the neighborhoods we choose to live in, the establishments we patronize, the shows [...]

4 ways you might be displaying hidden bias in everyday life 2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00

Soul Progressive Sundays – November 29, 2015 (Radio #0016)

2017-12-04T06:30:11+00:00

Soul Progressive Sundays – This week we will discuss: Chicago takes a stand Standing for LaQuan McDonald Protesters shut down shopping district Black Activists we are thankful for in 2015 How did Jamar Clark die? and more… Visit us every Sunday for the next episode of Soul Progressive @ http://soul.show/live Our Call-In Number is Always: (323) 642-1221 – [...]

Soul Progressive Sundays – November 29, 2015 (Radio #0016) 2017-12-04T06:30:11+00:00

Culture Before Politics

2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00

Authors: EFF CHANG, BRIAN KOMAR On Nov. 3, progressives awoke to find that they had returned to 2004. Despite important legislative victories, Democrats had been outflanked. Republicans had successfully sold themselves as the party of economic growth, the party of the angry out-of-work American, and, most dissonantly, the party of change. They owned the narrative and [...]

Culture Before Politics 2017-12-04T06:42:16+00:00